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Miele PWM 908 Operating And Installation Instructions

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To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions
before installation or use.
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M.-Nr. 11 226 580

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  • Page 1 Operating and installation instructions Washing machine To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions before installation or use. en-CA M.-Nr. 11 226 580...
  • Page 2 Contents Caring for the environment ..................  6 Important safety instructions ................ 7 Operating the washing machine ................  12 Control panel ......................12 Sensor controls and touch display with sensor controls ........13 Main menu......................13 Examples of how to operate the appliance............14 Operating a launderette machine ................
  • Page 3 General problems with the washing machine ............59 The door will not open................... 61 Opening the door in the event of a blocked drain outlet and/or power outage ..62 Miele Service .......................  64 Contact in the event of a fault ................64 Optional accessories..................... 64 Installation and connection ................
  • Page 4 Contents Water drainage ...................... 76 Drain pump....................... 76 Electrical connection ..................... 77 Technical data......................  78 Supervisor level .................... 79 Opening the Supervisor level ................79 Code-based access ....................79 Changing the code ....................79 Closing the settings menu..................79 Operation/display ....................80 Language......................
  • Page 5 Contents Process technology....................86 Anti-crease ....................... 86 Water level Minimum iron ................. 86 Water level Cottons ..................86 Pre-wash temp. Cottons .................. 86 Wash time......................86 Pre-rinse Cottons ..................... 87 Pre-rinse Minimum iron ..................87 Pre-wash Cott./Min.iron ................... 87 Cottons rinses ....................87 Minimum iron rinse ...................
  • Page 6 Consult with local authorities, dealers or Miele in order to dispose of and recycle electrical and electronic appliances. Miele assumes no responsibility for deleting any personal data left on the appliance being disposed.
  • Page 7 Important safety instructions  Warning In order to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injuries, persons operating the appliance must adhere to the following safety precautions:  It is essential to read the operating instructions before using the washing machine.
  • Page 8 Do not make any changes or repairs on the washing machine if this is not expressly permitted in these operating instructions.  Only Miele is permitted to replace a damaged power cord. Miele service technicians use original power cords from Miele. ...
  • Page 9 Important safety instructions  Children are not allowed to play with, on, or inside the washing machine. If you are operating the washing machine in the presence of children, the children must be supervised at all times.  The temperature of the porthole glass becomes very high during washing.
  • Page 10 Miele Tumble Dryer and the Miele Washing Machine.  If installing the machine on a Miele base (available as an optional accessory), please make sure you order the correct one for this washing machine.
  • Page 11 Important safety instructions FCC Declaration of Conformity  These devices comply with FCC Rules Part 15. This equipment has been tested and found to be in compliance with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules of Operation and is subject to the following conditions: These devices may not cause harmful interference.
  • Page 12 Operating the washing machine Control panel a Language sensor control e Optical interface For selecting the current user For service technicians. language. f Button  The operating language is displayed For switching the washing machine again at the end of the program. on and off.
  • Page 13 Operating the washing machine Sensor controls and touch Main menu display with sensor controls After switching on the washing machine, the main menu will appear in The , , and Start/Stop sensor the display. controls and the sensor controls in the display react to finger-tip contact. Every You can access all the important sub- touch of a sensor control is confirmed menus from the main menu.
  • Page 14 Operating the washing machine Extras menu (multiple selection) Examples of how to operate the appliance  Extras 11:02 Option lists   Pre-wash Rinse plus Program menu (single option list)  Programs 11:02   Soak Intensive Whites Minimum iron Express Touch one or several Extras to select it/ Normal...
  • Page 15 Operating the washing machine  Time Pull-down menu The pull-down menu can be used to display information, e.g. about a wash program. 12 00  Status   11:02  0:27 Time left Briefly touching a number between the Main wash Denim two lines will bring up the numerical keypad.
  • Page 16 Operating the washing machine Laundromat, ext. (12 programs) Operating a launderette machine  11:02 The entry menu will vary depending on  the programming status (see “Controls” under “Supervisor level”).    Shortcuts are the easiest way to Whites Whites Normal operate the machine.
  • Page 17 After that, See “Installation and connection”. they must be changed by Miele Service. Emptying the drum Complete the initial commissioning A swivel elbow for the drain hose and/ process.
  • Page 18 Initial commissioning Reference to external Setting the date appliances Date A reference to external hardware September 2021 appears. August 2020  Confirm with the July 2019  sensor control. Before initial commissioning, connect June 2018 the XCI box or slide a communication 2017 module into the slot on the back of the washing machine.
  • Page 19 Initial commissioning Setting the time Selecting program packages  Time You can select various programs from the program packages. Any programs already active are highlighted in orange. Program packages 11:02 12 00 Label Sport Normal Sportswear Sneakers Sport  Place your finger on the number that Hard items Microfibre you want to change and move your...
  • Page 20 “Supervisor level” chapter. These settings can only be changed during the initial commissioning process. If you wish to change the settings after the commissioning process, please contact Miele Service.  Touch the cold  sensor control if the washing machine is only connected...
  • Page 21 Initial commissioning  Touch the Programs  sensor control. Removing the shipping struts  Programs 11:02 The display will remind you to remove the shipping struts. Whites Minimum iron Express  Risk of damage due to failure to remove the shipping struts. Failure to remove the shipping struts Normal Delicates...
  • Page 22 1. Preparing the laundry Emptying pockets  Damage due to solvent-based cleaning agents. Cleaning agents containing benzine, stain remover, etc., can damage plastic parts. When pre-treating a stain, make sure that plastic parts do not come into contact with cleaning agents. ...
  • Page 23 2. Loading the washing machine Opening the door Closing the door  Reach under the recessed door grip  Make sure that no items are caught and pull the door open. between the door and the seal. Check the drum for foreign objects before loading it with laundry.
  • Page 24 3. Selecting a program Alternatively, you can select a program Switching on the washing from the Favourites  menu. machine The programs under Favourites can be  Press the  button. changed by the supervisor (see The drum lighting will come on. “Favourite programs”...
  • Page 25 4. Selecting program settings Selecting a load Selecting Extra options To enable load-specific dispensing, You can select Extra options for some you can specify the load for some wash programs. programs.  Touch the Extras  sensor control.  Touch the Weight  sensor control.
  • Page 26 5. Adding detergent There are several options for adding Adding detergent detergent to the washing machine. Detergent drawer You can use any detergent that is suitable for washing machines. Detergent dispensing Please follow the detergent manufacturer's instructions in relation to dosage. Adding too much detergent will lead to excessive foaming.
  • Page 27 5. Adding detergent Adding fabric softener or liquid Adding starch separately starch separately  Prepare the starch solution in  Select the Separate rinse program. accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions on the packaging.  Change the spin speed if necessary.  Select the Starch program. ...
  • Page 28 Each cap contains the correct amount for one wash cycle. Caps are available to order from Miele.  Caps pose a health risk. The ingredients of caps can be hazardous to health if they are swallowed or come into contact with skin.
  • Page 29 Dispose of opened caps. External dispensing The washing machine is pre-equipped for connecting to external detergent dispensing systems. A separate conversion kit for external dispensing systems is required. This must be fitted by Miele Service or by a Miele dealer.
  • Page 30 6. Starting a program – end of a program Payment system (If applicable) End of program If your machine is connected to a The door remains locked during the payment system, the amount of anti-crease phase. However, the payment required will appear in the washing machine door can be unlocked display.
  • Page 31 Timer With the Timer function, you can select Starting the timer the time until the start of a program, the  Touch the Start/Stop sensor control. start time or end time of a program. The door will lock and the time until the Setting the timer program starts will appear in the display.
  • Page 32 Program chart Program packages You can select various programs from the program packages. The programs will appear in the program list. Label Normal Cold to 140°F/60°C Max. load 17.6 lbs (8 kg) Items Cotton, linen, and mixed fibre fabrics made of both cotton and linen. 1,500 rpm Extras: Prewash, Rinse hold Rinses: 2 USA test program in accordance with: DOE Federal Register 10 CFR...
  • Page 33 Program chart Express 86°F/30°C Max. load 8.8 lbs (4 kg) Items Cotton garments that have hardly been worn or are only very lightly soiled 1,400 rpm Rinses: 2 Woollens Cold to 104°F/40°C Max. load 6.6 lbs (3 kg) Items Machine-washable woollens and woollen blends Use detergent formulated for woollens. 1,200 rpm Extras: Rinse hold Rinses: 2 Towelling...
  • Page 34 Program chart Silks Cold to 86°F/30°C Max. load 6.6 lbs (3 kg) Items Silks and all hand-washable textiles which do not contain wool – Observe the instructions on the wash care label. – Place tights, bras, etc., in a washing bag. 600 rpm Extras: Rinse plus, Rinse hold Rinses: 2 Separate rinse...
  • Page 35 Program chart Maintenance wash hygiene No load – If a program at a temperature below 60°C has been used, a request to start the Maintenance wash hygiene  program appears in the display. The Hygiene  setting must be switched on for this purpose (see “Supervisor level”).
  • Page 36 Program chart Hard items Cold to 104°F/40°C Max. load 7.7 lbs (3.5 kg) Items Washable plastic items, e.g., toy building blocks or casino chips, or even chain link safety gloves, etc. – Use the Soak extra option to loosen dirt. – Use detergent for delicates. –...
  • Page 37 Program chart Proofing 86°F/30°C to 104°F/40°C Max. load 7.7 lbs (3.5 kg) Items Treating microfiber fabric, skiwear, and table linens/drapes made from mainly synthetic fibres – Add proofing agent to the  compartment. – The items should be freshly laundered and spun or dried before proofing.
  • Page 38 Program chart Table Linens/ 104°F/40°C to 167°F/75°C Max. load 8.8 lbs (4 kg) Drapes Items Tablecloths and napkins made from cotton, linen, and mixed fibres – Select Prewash for stubborn stains. Use detergent with enzymes for the prewash cycle. – The items are always soaked after the start. 1,200 rpm Extras: Prewash, Soak, Intensive, Rinses: 2 SoftSteam, Rinse hold, Starch stop...
  • Page 39 Program chart Down bedding 104°F/40°C to 167°F/75°C 1 duvet Items Down-filled duvets – Observe the instructions on the wash care label. – Remove any air before washing. To do this, either push the items into a narrow laundry bag to compress them or tie the items together with a washable strap.
  • Page 40 Program chart Workwear Oil/fat special 140°F/60°C to 194°F/90°C Max. load 17.6 lbs (8 kg) Items Work coats, work jackets, hats, cleaning cloths made from cotton or mixed fibres – Activate Prewash for heavy soiling. – Use special detergent to improve the wash results. 1,400 rpm Extras: Prewash, Soak, Intensive, Rinse Rinses: 3 plus, Rinse hold...
  • Page 41 Program chart  Dis. RKI 158°F/70°C/10 min Max. load 17.6 lbs (8 kg) Items Cotton or mixed fibre textiles, sorted by colour, provided they are suitable for disinfection. – Chemo-thermal disinfection with a 10-minute holding time at 70°C. – Single-bath disinfection process. – Use a detergent approved by the Robert Koch Institute. –...
  • Page 42 Program chart Laundry (CFPP 01-04) Disinfection 71°C 160°F/71°C Max. load 9.9 lbs (4.5 kg) Items Cotton or mixed fibre textiles, sorted by colour, provided they are suitable for disinfection. – Disinfection with a 3-minute holding time at 71°C. – The spin speed cannot be modified. –...
  • Page 43 Program chart  Disinfection 158°F/70°C/10 min Max. load 17.6 lbs (8 kg) Items Cotton or mixed fibre textiles, sorted by colour, provided they are suitable for disinfection. – Chemo-thermal disinfection with a 10-minute holding time at 70°C. – No water intake via the fabric softener compartment. 1,400 rpm Extras: Prewash, Pre-rinse, Rinse plus Rinses: 2  Disinfection...
  • Page 44 Program chart  Disinfection 158°F/70°C/17 min Max. load 17.6 lbs (8 kg) Items Cotton or mixed fibre textiles – Thermal disinfection with a 17-minute holding time at 70°C. – No water intake via the fabric softener compartment. 1,400 rpm Extras: Prewash, Pre-rinse Rinses: 2 Dental surgery 140°F/60°C/60 min Max.
  • Page 45 Program chart WetCare Intensive 86°F/30°C to 104°F/40°C Max. load 9.9 lbs (4.5 kg) Items Heavily soiled outerwear that cannot be washed – A finishing bath is applied after washing. – Use a liquid finishing agent for impregnation; add the detergent to the fabric softener compartment. 1,100 rpm Extras: Prewash, Rinse hold Rinses: 2 WetCare...
  • Page 46 Program chart Special programs You can put together 5 special – programs and assign your own program – names. Enter these into the tables. – Load: max. 17.6 lbs (8 kg) – Example: Intensive Plus – – Prewash intensive – – Intensive wash, 90°C –...
  • Page 47 Extra options You can add extra options to the wash Intensive  programs. For hard-wearing laundry that is very Not all the Extra options can be used heavily soiled. Cleaning efficiency is with every program. If an Extra option is increased through more intense not listed, it is not permitted for use mechanical action and the application with the wash program in question.
  • Page 48 Special features in the program sequence Spinning Anti-crease At the end of the program, the drum Final spin speed continues to turn at intervals for up to When a program is selected, the 30 minutes to help prevent creasing. maximum spin speed for this wash The washing machine can be opened at program is shown in the display.
  • Page 49 Changing the program sequence Adding or removing laundry A program cannot be cancelled or changed when operating a payment You can add or remove items during the system. first few minutes after the program has started. Changing the program  Status ...
  • Page 50 Changing the program sequence The wash program will continue. The safety lock will remain activated if the temperature in the drum is above 55°C (131°F). The lock will not deactivate until the temperature has dropped to below 55°C (131°F).
  • Page 51 Cleaning and care Cleaning the detergent drawer  Risk of electric shock. Only ever perform cleaning and Washing at low temperatures and the maintenance work when the use of liquid detergent can lead to a appliance is disconnected from the build-up of bacteria in the detergent power.
  • Page 52 Cleaning and care Cleaning the siphon and the channel Cleaning the detergent-drawer housing  Pull the siphon out of the  compartment.  Use a bottle brush to remove Clean the siphon under warm running detergent residues and limescale water. Clean the siphon tube in the from the jets inside the detergent same way.
  • Page 53 Cleaning and care Cleaning the drum, suds Cleaning the water intake container, and drainage system filters The drum, suds container, and drainage The washing machine has filters to system can be cleaned if necessary. protect the water intake valves. Check these filters about every 6 months.
  • Page 54 Cleaning and care Cleaning the filters in the water intake valves  Using pliers, carefully loosen the ribbed plastic nut on the intake valve and unscrew.  Use pointed pliers to grip the bar and pull out the filter; then clean the filter. Reassemble the appliance in reverse order.
  • Page 55 You are able to correct the majority of faults and problems that arise during day-to- day use without external assistance. You can save time and money in many cases, as you do not need to contact Miele Service. The following tables are designed to help you to find the cause of a malfunction or a fault and to resolve it.
  • Page 56 Service. electrical supply.  Wait at least 2 minutes before reconnecting the washing machine to the electrical supply.  Then switch the washing machine on again.  Start the program again. If the error message appears again, contact Miele Service.
  • Page 57   Machine is leaking  Close the shutoff valve.  Contact Miele Service.  The messages will appear at the end of the program and when the washing machine is switched on and needs to be confirmed with the OK sensor control.
  • Page 58 Problem solving guide An unsatisfactory wash result Problem Possible cause and solution Liquid detergent is not Liquid detergents do not usually contain bleaching achieving the required agents. They do not remove fruit, coffee, and tea results. stains.  Use powder detergent containing a bleaching agent.
  • Page 59 Problem solving guide General problems with the washing machine Problem Possible cause and solution The machine shakes The machine feet are not level and not secured. during the spin cycle.  Level the washing machine and adjust the feet correctly. Strange pump noises This is not a fault.
  • Page 60 Problem solving guide Problem Possible cause and solution There is water next to CapDosing  sensor control was not activated or an the cap in the fabric empty cap was not removed at the end of the last softener compartment. wash program. ...
  • Page 61  Wait until the temperature in the drum has  or  Cooling down Comfort decreased and the message has gone out in the cooling display. The following appears The door lock has jammed. in the display:  Contact Miele Service.  The door lock is jammed. Call Service.
  • Page 62 Problem solving guide Emptying the drum Opening the door in the event of a blocked drain outlet and/ ... For machines with a drain filter or power outage  Place a suitable container under the access flap.  Risk of electric shock. Only ever perform cleaning and Remove the drain filter, though not maintenance work when the...
  • Page 63 Problem solving guide Cleaning the drain filter  Risk of damage from leaking Once the flow of water ceases: water. Water will escape from the machine if you forget to replace the drain filter. Replace the drain filter correctly and tighten it securely.
  • Page 64 In the event of a fault which you cannot Optional spare parts and accessories remedy yourself, please contact your for this washing machine are available Miele dealer or Miele Service. from Miele Service. Contact information for Miele Service can be found at the end of this document.
  • Page 65 Installation instructions Alteration rights reserved. Visit our website for all the current product specifications, technical appliance information, and warranty information. To avoid accidents or damage to the appliance, please read these instructions before installing and/or using it.
  • Page 66 Installation and connection Front view a Drain hose f Detergent drawer b Intake hose (cold water) g Door c Intake hose (hot water), if attached h Access flap to drain filter and drain pump d Electrical connection i Height-adjustable feet e Control panel...
  • Page 67 Installation and connection Rear view a Electrical connection h Transport clips for hoses b Interface for communicating with i Module slot (for external external appliances communication module) c Socket for external dispensing j Holder for removed shipping struts system d Drain hose e Intake hose (cold water) f Intake hose (hot water), if attached g Safety caps for shipping struts...
  • Page 68 (open or closed, e.g. APCL 002, APCL 003, APCL 005, APCL 007, APCL 011 or APCL 012, available 44 9/16" (1,132 mm) as an optional Miele accessory) or on a concrete base.  Injury can occur if the washing machine has not been adequately 28 1/8"...
  • Page 69 Installation and connection Transporting the washing machine to Transporting the washing its installation site machine to its installation site The protruding lid at the back can be  Danger of injury from incorrect used to hold the machine when transport. transporting.
  • Page 70 Installation and connection Installation surface Removing the shipping struts A concrete floor is the most suitable installation surface for this machine. It is far less prone to vibration during the spin cycle than wooden floorboards or a surface with “soft” properties. ...
  • Page 71 Installation and connection  Withdraw the shipping strut.  Withdraw the shipping strut.  Risk of injury from sharp edges. There is a risk of injury from reaching into holes that are not covered. Cover the holes for the shipping struts after they have been removed.
  • Page 72 Installation and connection Levelling the washing machine The washing machine must stand perfectly level on all four feet to ensure safe and proper operation. Incorrect installation may increase electric and water consumption and may cause the machine to move about. Unscrewing and adjusting the feet The 4 adjustable screw feet are used to level the washing machine.
  • Page 73 (optional accessory). until they sit firmly up against the The necessary reprogramming must housing. Please also check this for always be carried out by Miele Service the feet which did not need or a Miele dealer. adjustment.
  • Page 74 Maintenance water supply without a non-return valve, if national regulations permit. Only use genuine Miele Hoses that have been tested to withstand pressure of at The flow pressure must amount to a least 7,000 kPa (1,015 psi) should you minimum of 100 kPa (14.5 psi) and...
  • Page 75 Installation and connection Hot water connection* Switching to hot water operation The hot water temperature must not If the washing machine is due to be exceed 70°C (158ºF). connected to a hot water point, you can To minimize energy consumption during configure the settings Main wash water, operation with hot water, the washing Prewash water, and Rinse water to...
  • Page 76 Accessories are available from your Miele dealer or Miele Service. For a drain height of more than 1 m (16 ft) (up to a max. of 1.6 m (5 ft)), a replacement drain pump is available from Miele Service or from your Miele dealer.
  • Page 77 Conversion must be performed by and local codes and regulations. Miele Service or by an authorized Do not connect the machine to an Miele dealer. extension cord or multi-socket adapter...
  • Page 78 Technical data Height 33 7/16" (850 mm) Width 23 7/16" (596 mm) Width (for appliances with a stainless steel 23 13/16" (605 mm) lid) Depth 28 1/8" (714 mm) Depth with door open 44 9/16" (1,132 mm) Weight Approx. 220 lbs (100 kg) Maximum floor load in operation 3,000 Newton Capacity 17.6 lbs (8 kg) dry laundry...
  • Page 79 You can alter the Supervisor level access code to protect the washing machine from unauthorized access. Please inform Miele Service if you have forgotten your new code. Miele Service will have to reset the code. Make a note of your new code and...
  • Page 80 Supervisor level Set languages Operation/display The languages for the setting Language Language entry International can be changed. The display can be set to appear in 6 languages can be selected. All one of several different languages. To languages are available. select the permanent supervisor language you want, go to the If you wish to add a new language to...
  • Page 81 Supervisor level Clock display Volume After selecting the clock format, you The volume for various sounds can be can set the time of day. changed. Clock format – Finish tone – 24 h clock – Keypad tone – 12 h clock – Welcome tone –...
  • Page 82 Supervisor level "Display" off status "Machine" off status The display switches off to save In order to save energy, the washing energy. The Start/Stop sensor control machine will switch off automatically flashes slowly. after the end of the program or if no further selection is made.
  • Page 83 Logo If “Laundromat, basic” or “Laundromat, ext.” are selected, the Supervisor level You can choose whether the “Miele can no longer be opened from the Professional” logo or your own logo display after the Supervisor level is appears in the display.
  • Page 84 Supervisor level Control options Favourite programs Standard (factory default). You can save up to 12 of your own customized wash programs as All functions and programs can be Favourites. displayed. Laundromat, basic (4 prog) The saved programs will be displayed under Favourites.
  • Page 85 Supervisor level Special programs Prog. colour allocation You can put together 5 special You can assign a colour to a Favourite programs and save them as your own program. In the list of Favourites, each wash programs with your own Favourites program is given a coloured program names.
  • Page 86 Supervisor level Pre-wash temp. Cottons Process technology You can select the temperature for the Anti-crease prewash in the Cottons program. The Anti-crease function reduces – 30°C (factory default) creasing after the end of the program. At the end of the program, the drum –...
  • Page 87 Supervisor level Minimum iron Cottons rinses You can alter the number of rinses You can increase the duration for the carried out in the Cottons program. main wash in the Minimum iron program. – 2 rinses (factory default) – + 0 min (factory default) –...
  • Page 88 Supervisor level If the automatic load control is Service interval deactivated, the machine will always Service information can appear in the carry out the program sequence based display. You can configure whether a on a full load. date or the number of operating hours Factory default: On is displayed.
  • Page 89 – Off (factory default) operated with a peak-load system if this system is connected to the washing – Normally open contact machine via the Miele XCI Box. The suction lances are equipped with – No function (factory default) a normally open contact.
  • Page 90 Supervisor level Select COM module Resets the WiFi login (network) to immediately re-establish a new This washing machine is equipped connection. with an integrated WiFi module. – Reset (visible if already set up) However, the washing machine can also be equipped with an external The network is no longer set up.
  • Page 91 WiFi network and you have an account in the Miele Professional app. The washing machine must be registered with your account in the app.
  • Page 92 Supervisor level SmartGrid Machine parameters SmartGrid  setting is only visible if a Suds cooling WiFi network has been set up and Additional water flows into the drum at activated. This function can be used the end of the main wash to cool the for starting your washing machine suds down.
  • Page 93 Supervisor level Only cold water is used for the main Low water pressure wash. If the water pressure is below 100 kPa – Warm (14.5 psi), the program will be cancelled and the error Hot water is also added for the main message ...
  • Page 94 These items of software/software system. components are protected by copyright. The copyright powers of – No payment system Miele and third parties must be The next settings are skipped and respected. initial commissioning can be In addition, the appliance contains completed.
  • Page 95 Supervisor level Feedb. signal to pay system Payment system lock Setting the feedback signal for the To avoid tampering, a program lock coin box. can be set up in program operation. If the lock is applied, the program is – Factory default: Off interrupted and payment credit is lost as soon as the door is opened.
  • Page 99 Canada Importer Miele Limited Professional Division 161 Four Valley Drive Vaughan, ON L4K 4V8 1-888-325-3957 Phone: 1-800-803-3366 Fax: www.mieleprofessional.ca professional@miele.ca Miele Professional Technical Service Phone: 1-888-325-3957 Fax: 1-800-803-3366 serviceprofessional@miele.ca Germany Manufacturer Miele & Cie. KG Carl-Miele-Straße 29 33332 Gütersloh...
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